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i Mrs. Mary s. Mary Bentley Pate, 47, of nan, died Saturday, April 3, tat Dekalb Medical Center in ur. ase andrdle , .... j zuneral service was con tainlyn. ,. . . ,,,u monaay, April 5, in the ansmanl o. . . anne Claude A McKibben in mos ,-, _ , ::+ons Funeral Home in n t appreL s .... , ..m vine Minister Larry Ba til its [ . " ..'3offlCmted and interment was e In say es en't liv t Lawn Memorial Park in al decad n" bearers were Scott Kimbrell, ere I lives_ K" " j,s lmbrell, Mark Warner, ,ff your  Aver ......... ,,,,,  y, rennem htts, anu --s '-"n Ma" JJ Jars ,mper u. s  . . rate was born Nov 29, epic you! _ + m t:arroll County and had mail or  i . J n Coweta County for 23 e(1 elec ,, . J. ane Ilad been employed by see thernt t - endly. A  y rOOds in Newnan. downt Richard D. chard Dan Burnham, 48, of lan, died Friday, April 2, 1999 'gional Hospital in lan. funeral service was con- 1 a.m. Monday, April 5, Chapel of the Claude A. bben  nd Sons Funeral Home . The Rev. J.R. officiated and interment emorial Park wnan. Burnham was born March P52 in Hogansville, and lived Atlan Ia area for a number of before making his home in 1992 He was employed . Clorox Company of Forest .-----__.._ OBITUARIES Bentley Pate Survivors include her husband, Richard H. Pate of Newnan; one son, William Pate of Newnan; five daughters, Miss Christina Pate and Mrs. Michelle Cook, both of Newnan, Mrs. Melissa Foresteire of Kennesaw, Mrs. Angle Loper of Maryland, and Mrs. Teresa Kimbrell of Hogansville; her mother, Inez Johnson of Carroll- ton; three sisters, Mrs. Louise Hefley and Mrs. Avis Tolbert, both of Carrollton, and Mrs. Joyce Yancey of Tennessee; five broth- ers, David Bentley, Alvin Bentley, Junior Bentley, Denver Bentley, and Terry Bentley, all of Carroll- ton; and eight grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Burnham Park. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Pat Burnham of Newnan; two daughters, Miss Cassandra Nicholc Burnham of Newnan and Miss Leslie Shea Burnham of Marietta; one son, Richard D. Burnham, Jr. of Marietta; his parents, Dorothy and Eugene Burnham of Franklin; two sisters, Mrs. Kathy Thomason of Villa Rica and Mrs. Crystal Bagley of Newnan; two brothers, Jack Burnham of Fairburn and Don Burnham of Palmetto; twelve nieces and nephews; a great- niece and two great-nephews; and a number of aunts, uncles, and cousins. The Hogansviile Herald is available at the following locations: ...................................... .Ingles Hogansville Pharmacy Hogansville Laundry & Cleaners Edd Morris Service Station Piggly Wiggly Grocery Calo's Family Restauranl Tucker Boys Convenience Store ' Elders Grocery Money Back Amoco Hummingbird Station Cilgo Nobles Truck Stop Subscribe Io one year of The Hogansville Herald for local news, sports and features $15.90 (in Troup & Meriwether County) $23.63 (remainder of Georgia) $30.00 (out of state) Send check or money order to: Hogansville Herald P.O. Box 426 Hogansville, GA 30230 706-846-3188 Name .......................................... Address ...................................... City ............................................ Shale ........................................... Zip ............................................. FIRST BAPTIST HAPPENINGS By Patti Phillips Week: Ken Hines. + +mar unday School Class (Carl ett, teacher), on having 100% t attendance Sunday for the straight week. , and Mrs. Mackay Crawford, Chase. and Drew of Albany zaster Sunday guests of Mr. ...... rs. Frank CrawSor  rY ginia Taylor of Social Circle Easter weekend with Mr. and ike Cruce and family and nd Mrs. Phillip Waldrep and . Hogansville Hummingbird Festi- val April 17-18. The Georgia Baptist Children's Home project of bringing pickles (all kinds) and peanut butter con- tinues through April 18th. The Adult Choir special music Easter Sunday were selections from "Behold The Empty Tomb", by . Joe E,. Parks, ',Behold the Empty TomW', 'Jesus Wept", "Songs in the Night" and 'TII Never Fully Know" and concluded with "Up From the Grave" taken from "The Night Before Easter" by Mosie Lister Turbyfield spent Eas- nday in LaGrange with Mr. 4rs. AI Swanson and other members. Palmer and friends of Co- aiversity spent Eas- Mr. and Mrs. Tony Well, Sarah and Kendra Youth wil have a home- ,ca crearr booth at the Rev. Thurman Henderson's Eas- ter Sunday morning message was, "Victory of the Crucifixion". We didn't have services Sunday night. 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GA318O ! and Mrs. AI Swanson, Keith Brown, Peggy Driver, David Allen Currie, And.,/ Dopp, Eva Strick- land, Ruby Teal, Avis Hammond, Maxine Cranston, Clyde Burks, Gladys Partridge, Epsie Sarah Driver and Mr. and Mrs. Travis Chaff in. Our Christian sympathy is ex- tended to the families of: Bill Howell James _. Watkins,. Eucal Benefield Janney and Richard D. Burnham at their recent deaths. Congratulations to Kendra Palmer on making the A/B Honor Roll for the 3rd nine week period. She is a fifth grade student at Hogansville Elementary School. We had Missions Night last night (April 7th) at our church. Happy birthday in April to: Rev. Ralph Parks and Sue Deakins on the 1st, Minnie Crozier on the 3rd, Tab Chaffm on the 6th, Will Wright on the 14th and Pauline Powers on the 29th. Happy wedding anniver- sary April 5th to Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Braswell. BIRTHDAYS AND ANNIVERSARIES APRIL 8 AmandaBishop, Michael Keith, i Ruth Bennett. APRIL 9 Kendall Brem, Kristen N. Allen APRIL 10 Marissa Starling, Sarah Horonzy, Mr. and Mrs. Mackay Crawford, anniversary. :.. APRIL 11 Linda Reynolds, Lynda MOat, Tommy Allen APRIL 12 Brian Duffey, Ellis Camp, Mr, and Mrs. H.A. Teel, anniversary. APRIL 13 Mr. and Mrs. Scott Cook, and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Wegienka, an- niversary. APRIL 14 Donna Johnson, Dusty Hubbard, Kayla Estes, Ran Galloway, Tommy Marciniak, William Wright. Thursday, April 8, 1999 - - Hoansz, ille Herald - - A-3 Georgia Power Co. Warning of Scal00n The Georgia Power Company has released ilfformation about a utility seam affecting customers in West Georgia, Southwest Geor- gia, and East Alabama. Georgia Power would like to alert its cus- tomers about imposters disguising themselves as Georgia Power em- ployees in order to victimize eld- erly citizens. These scaru artists, white males in their mid to late twenties wear- ing what appea(ed to be a Georgia Power uniform, have taken money and valuables from elderly citi- zens after they were allowed inside the customers homes. These am- posters have also enticed the cus- tomers to come outside their homes for various utility related reasons and then robbed the customers' homes. The seam artists have com- mitted robberies in the cities of Americus, Claxton, Thomson, Tifton, Valdosta, and Washington. "Most Georgia Power work in the conmmnity generally requires lim- ited interaction with out custom- ers," said Ken Millet, corporate security representative for Georgia Power. "Most services our employ- ees provide rarely require access to the interior of a home." Customers should be suspicious Advertise In The Hogansville ' Herald You will do better with us. Ca]] 706-846-3188, Dan Stout Fax: 706-846-2206 of anyone wanting to perfo.rm unscheduled work for Georgia Power or for any other utility com- pany. Customers slhould checkfor a Georgia Power enaployee identi- fication card which ncludes a pho- tograph; they may call Georgia Po,wer's local offices to confirm this work is needed before allow- ing anyone access to their private property. Anyone having infor- tnation related to an, y of these crimes should contact their local law enforcement agency, the Geor- gia Power security at 404-506- 4116, or the Better Bus'iness Bu- reau at 800-768-4222. A POEM AND OPINION By ' M. Rosser Lunsford (Poet Laureate Putnam County) Mars? The race is on to get to Mars and look around at all those stars, I think it's great that men will try but I can't see a reason why... There are some things I could say but they're going to try anyway, I'm sort of glad we have such men that don't know when to holler "when".. I'm quite happy down here on earth striving to write another verse, at least they won't find on Mars, old politics and smelly cars. "A ?????? For Mankind" Letter To The Editor ) Student Seeks Assistance For Sound Of America Dear Editor: My name is Alex McCurdy and I am sending this letter in order to acquire aid in raising money for a European concert tour. I have been invited and have met the requirements for Sound of America, America's number one European concert tour group. l, am a.student at Troup County Coinprehensive High School and have been involved in music for many years. I have participated in many different events over the course of my musical studies. This tour offers an extraordi- nary opportunity for me to ex- plore some of Europe's most sig- nificant historical and musical monuments To finance my trip I am working at Publix Supermar- kets and have fund-raising events. If you have any questions about the trip please contact me at (706) 845-0578 or Sara Purgason at (706) 637-4726. If you would be interested in mak- ing a tax-deductible contribution to help finance my trip to Europe, please make your checks payable tO: Sound of America/ Alex McCurdy 615 Jarrell Hogg Road West Point, GA 31833 Thank you for your consider- ation and support. Sincerely, Alex McCurdy SOCIAL SECURITY Disabled Retired Self Employed BORROWERS Payoff Bankruptcies Stop Foreclosures Home Equity Loans We have helped many people with credit struggles. It's creative financing with a bank! No appraisal or loan fees UP front. Member 00DIC LENDER Contact Sam Chapman: (706) 674-2311 REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS SERVICES FOR ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED ADULTS AND YOUTHS The West Central Georgia Private Industry Council, (WCGPIC) is requesting proposals from agencies interested in providing training and employment services for economically disadvantaged individuals who reside in one of the following counties: Butts, Carroll, ' Coweta, Heard, Lamar, Meriwether, Pike, Spalding, Troup, and Upson. Projects will be funded under Title IIA of the Job Training Partnership Act. Adults served must have one or more JTPA4isted barriers to employment. Projects must serve 40% drop-outs, 20% TANF recipients, and 10% of those served must be age 55 or older. All projects must be responsible for recruitment of participants, enrollment of eligible applicants referred from assessment, occupational skills training, job development and placement, follow-up through eighteen weeks after training. Funding for adults is estimated at $600,000 to serve approximately 200 people at an estimated cost of $5,000 per participant. Occupational skills training may be provided in a classroom setting or through on-the-job training or customized training with employers. Projects must place 90% of those served in unsubsidized employment by June 30, 2000. Seventy-five percent (75%) of those who enter employment must retain employment at .thirtee n weeks following termination from the project. Occupational skills training provided ++mus.tbe competency-based with proficiency attainment defined in measurable terms. *.' .'/." "{''/'. / Youths served must be residents of Butts, Carroll, Coweta, Heard, Lamar, Meriwether, Pike, Spalding, Troup, or Upson County; 16-21 years of age; have one ormore of the JTPA- listed barriers to employment. Fifty percent (50%) of those served must be out of school youth: Eighty percent of those served must enter unsubsidized employment, 90% of those served must attain employment enhancement outcomes. It is expected that 40-50 individuals will be served at an estimated cost of $5000 per participant. Available funding is estimated at $300,000. Services must begin by July 1, 1999 and end no later than June 30, 2000. Organizations submitting proposals must be able to demonstrate the capability to deliver the services proposed through prior experience in the private or public sector. Interested agencies may receivean application from the West Central Georgia Private Industry County, 1435 N. i Expressway, Suite 304, Griffin, GA 30223 between 8:00 - 5:00 Monday - Friday Proposals are due by Noon on April 30, 1999. Applications will be reviewed by WCGPIC on MaY 11,1999 and funding decisions will be made by June 8, 1999. Interested parties may contact Diane Davis or Kimberly Jackson at 770-229-3220 if additional information is needed.